Here's your round-up of the biggest video game news stories from the past seven days, including the announcements of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and a Modern Warfare remaster, Dishonored 2's release date and cast list being revealed and news that Respawn Entertainment is working on its own Star Wars game.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare officially announced with Modern Warfare remaster for PS4, Xbox One and PC
After a solid week of rumours, reports and leaks, Activision has finally announced this year's Call of Duty title. Developed by Infinity Ward, the game is called Infinite Warfare and will be released worldwide on 4 November for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
As expected a remastered version of 2007 classic Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare has also been announced. Developed alongside the new game, the remaster will be packaged with Infinite Warfare in the game's "Legacy Edition". It's not yet clear if the game will also be released as a standalone product, but the trailer's small print does say it is a "full-game download".
Bethesda has announced that Arkane Studios' Dishonored 2 will launch on 11 November for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The sequel to the acclaimed first-person stealth action game was announced during Bethesda's E3 2015 press conference.
Bethesda has revealed the big names joining the cast of Dishonored 2, including Sam Rockwell and stars from the Game of Thrones, Daredevil and The Wire. The move comes after the Arkane Studios sequel was set a release date for November this year.
Developer Respawn Entertainment, the team behind Titanfall, has announced it is working on a brand new game set in the Star Wars universe. The announcement was made on 4 May, which has come to be known as Star Wars Day (May the Fourth/Force).
Not much has been revealed about the game other than it will be a third-person, action-adventure. The project's director Stig Asmussen wrote in the announcement post: "I have been playing Star Wars games my whole life, now I get to make a Star Wars game.